Robert Liddy

Peace Corps Online: Directory: Sierra Leone: Message Center for Sierra Leone RPCV's: Robert Liddy

By Robert Liddy ( on Wednesday, December 03, 2014 - 12:20 am: Edit Post

I am Robert served in Sierra Leone from 1991 to 1992; prior to that I served in the Philippines. A coup started in April 28th of 1992 in Freetown. After the Peace Corps I gone back to college to get another degree. I worked in Law Enforcement in the State of Virginia for eleven years. Eight years with the Prison system as a Correction Officer and the rest of the time I patrolled the projects of Richmond Virginia.
I am now medical retired out of the Army because I was exposed to an IED (Improvised Explosive Device). I suffered a concussion the Army calls it a TBI (Thematic Brain Injury) so I am now retired. I am now passing the torch to the younger soldiers to keep this Country of ours safe for democracy. My military Occupation is a Combat Camera and Video Productions Sergeant. I did two Combat Tours, a Peace Keeping tour and an Occupation Tour. You can also see my work on line.
I started out in the Army reserves then to active duty in 2007. I am in the process of receiving my Purple Heart.
Itís good to keep in contact with former Peace Corps Volunteers. I have a bond with everyone who served in the Peace Corps. If you like please feel free to e mail me and tell me what you are up to.
My e mail address is ---

Thank You

SGT Robert Liddy Army Medically Retired

By Michael Trost ( on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 - 8:36 am: Edit Post

I have some questions for Robert. I have a picture that shows you in the ASU uniform. Your ribbons are on the wrong side l, out if order of precedence,you beret is on wrong, and your name tape has some kind of unauthorized glued on metal disc. I don't know who taught you how to put your uniform together but they should be fired. I am calling you out on your legitimacy and if you ever did serve in the Army.

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